A DIARY OF ENGRAVINGS & LINOCUTS.
(Workshop Press). Arman, Mark.
- Dunmow: The Workshop Press, 1986.
- small 4to.
- half cloth over marbled paper-covered boards, paper cover and spine labels.
- xii, 60 pages.
- Order Nr. 17364
- Price: $200.00 other currencies
Limited to 160 signed and numbered copies. Printed by hand and including many illustrations with 12 in color. Arman describes 40 years of making blocks for illustrations in this book.
Felcone, Joseph J.
WINNER OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA''S 2014 ST. LOUIS MERCANTILE LIBRARY PRIZE -- The first permanent printing office in New Jersey was established in 1754 by James Parker. Laws, proceedings of the assembly, and proclamations of the royal governors all came from Parker''s press, as did numerous works for the fledgling College of New Jersey (now Princeton University). Other printers soon saw opportunity in New Jersey, so that by 1800, forty-four individuals had been either proprietors or partners in printing offices spread across the state from Sussex County to Cumberland County. Printing in New Jersey contains full descriptions of...